ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen opened a second location in Georgetown last month. An Asian version of Chipotle, ShopHouse serves Southeast Asian cuisine inspired by the shophouses of Bangkok, Kuala Lampur, and Hanoi. ShopHouse serves fast food that is not greasy and weighs down the digestive system. Instead, they use fresh ingredients and meats free of antibiotics and no added hormones.
This Examiner created her own bowl with rice noodles; ground tofu; Thai basil and eggplant; spicy red curry (best choice); green papaya slaw; and crispy garlic for toppings. The dish was accompanied with Bruce Cost pomegranate and hibiscus ginger ale. If you are watching your carbs, replace the noodles and rice with crispy salad.
This dish was very spicy and delicious. The curry, garlic, and bail add a great deal of flavor and help boost immunity, ease digestion, and lower cholesterol. The ginger ale was even better because it helps to relieve the digestive system.
ShopHouse is a dirt cheap and delicious. Do something good for the body and the purse.